I have Code which creates PDF for the preferred layout using Adobe PDF. But problem is lines in the pdf conversion file is very thick and also the text when we zoom inside. Can anyone help me is there any settings that i need to do. i have done tried all the ways. Done with LWDISPLAY = off, LWT = off.
Please help me...
Unfortunately I haven't had the luxury of dealing with Adobe stuff.
If there isn't anything under it's settings thats obvious and you are plotting the correct pen settings/thicknesses than I would suggest taking a look on the Adobe forums.
We see this in DWF and PDF when the page size is being shrunk. For example,
if you plot a 24x36 layout to 11x17 PDF or DWF, all weights are too thick.
The options are:
1. don't shrink the page - create PDF and DWF at the same page size (eg.
2. create a new layout with the layout page size set to the same size as
your PDF or DWF needs to be
Scale lineweights might work - I have never tried it.
if you're using the Adobe PDF System printer (and not a pc3 file), then why not try a different PDF engine - I've used PDF Creator for years and it works well.
the other question would be if you are using color tables or styles for your lineweights. i've always used color tables (.ctb files) and have had no problems with making PDFs from DWGs.
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